A Life of Mastery - Tales and Teachings from the Extraordinary Life of Martial Artist and Healer
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|Format: ||Paperback, 222 pages|
|Published In: ||Australia, 01 April 2011|
Raoul Kent is the son of a domineering Eastern European father who used to hose him down with water during winter in an effort to toughen him. After suffering a savage beating at the hands of a gang of youths when he was sixteen, Raoul began to study martial arts. Over the next twenty years he became a Judo and Karate champion and Ju Jitsu Master along with mastering firearms, conventional weaponry and unconventional weapon combat. As a bodyguard he worked for the rich and famous as well as the criminal underworld. Not only could Raoul's hands kill, they could heal. As well as a Master of the killing arts he became a Master of the healing arts. From healing with his hands when patients were told they needed surgery, to being shot at and attacked by a gang wielding machetes, Raoul has lived a life on the edge, never conforming to the mediocrity of society. Overlooked by mainstream martial art Halls of Fame for his lack of conformity and disinterest in politics, Raoul is the toughest martial artist mainstream Australia has never heard of. This is his story.
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